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Biamp brings video to Tesira networked media distribution platform

With the launch of TesiraLUX, Biamp continues their development of networked media as a solution for distributing media across corporate networks – for collaboration/conferencing and intra-business communication applications. And at the core of this transition is video collaboration, which is the key driver behind Biamp’s audio video bridging (AVB) solution TesiraLUX. TesiraLUX, part of the...
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What Is Devio

Connect to audio and video conferencing in huddle rooms with the Devio collaboration system from Biamp

Increasingly, workspaces are becoming more open, with meetings seamlessly moving from larger conference rooms to small huddle rooms. However, for these smaller rooms, there needs to be a much more flexible collaboration system, that makes collaboration fast, simple, and intuitive. The Devio collaboration system consists of an easy-to-connect device (Devio CR-1) and an advanced beamforming...
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North Carolina State University - Case Study

Case Study: North Carolina State University installs a cutting-edge audio system in the Hunt Library

North Carolina State University is a public, coeducational, research university located in Raleigh, North Carolina in the United States. The university forms one of the corners of the Research Triangle together with Duke University in Durham and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The James B. Hunt Jr. Library is the second main...
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Crestron Saros ICE6LPT In-ceiling speaker

Hear clearly even with constricted ceiling spaces

If you are the owner of a restaurant and want the clear sound of background music you need a speaker system that is powerful yet unobtrusive and can fit easily in constricted spaces. This is where Crestron’s Saros ICE6LPT In-ceiling speaker enters the picture. This product is a 2-way in-ceiling speaker featuring a 6-1/2 inch...
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Seamless, high-quality sound in large spaces

You must have attended a video conference where the mic made a humming noise, even as your colleague was speaking. Or maybe the auditorium you were in experienced a lot of noise during the presenter’s speech. If so, you have experienced something quite common. All of this noise is due to the absence of a...
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Using a Digital Signal Processor to provide high-quality audio

If you want high-clarity audio during your meeting or presentation, or a seamless audio experience during your press conference, install Coretis, a Digital Signal Processor (DSP), in your meeting room, boardroom, or multipurpose room, and enjoy perfect sound. A DSP is especially useful in a classroom for teaching and learning. Coretis from beyerdynamic processes audio...
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Crystal-clear audio for your presentation

Everyone is aware that videos are a popular way to entertain ourselves, and one of the easiest ways to make a video live and interesting is to have great audio. Microphones play a major role, as it is these mics that have the biggest effect on the quality of the recordings. Beyerdynamic has introduced the...
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Audio expansion processor

Extron founds a way to eliminate pulling multiple cables and its associated expenses like man power, conduits from microphones to digital signal processors in the equipment rack for larger Installations!! Extron AXP 64 CAT routes signals from the meeting spaces such as board room/conference room to one or more DMP 128 AT digital matrix processors on the Dante...
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Why automixers are necessary in multi microphone environments

Why automixers are necessary in multi microphone environments?

In this Audio 101 series of videos, Biamp provides an extremely insightful and comprehensive explanation of the issues that are faced when we have complex AV environments that feature several microphones. Noise and feedback and common problems in these scenarios and automixers are the key to solving them. The presenter also explains in detail how...
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How does mix-minus address audio echo

FAQ: How does mix-minus address audio echo and feedback problems?

What is mix-minus? This is a term used in the audio industry to describe a particular setup of a mixing console or matrix mixer, which eliminates the input from an audio device (such as a microphone or speaker) from the output to that device. That is, the output to the audio device contains everything except...
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